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good morning, america. this morning, on fire. wildfires sending giant plumes of thick smoke over a major american city. the thick haze blinding drivers and making it very hard to breathe. standoff. s.w.a.t. teams surround a house outside sacramento, where a gunman who shot four law enforcement officers holed up. so, how did it all end? fancy. >> unsealed. a new document made public in the unsolved murder of child beauty queen jonbenet ramsey. why a grand jury voted to indict her parents. 14 and a little help from his friends. famous faces filled paul mccartney's amazing new music video. so, how many stars can you spot?
saw meryl streep. i didn't see anybody else. >> ron's still counting. >> i didn't see. >> ron is skeptical, as usual. there's allegedly celebrities in that video. also coming up this morning, the white house is calling in an outside troubleshooter to fix the healthcare.gov disaster. and they set a firm date for fixing the problem. can they make it stick? >> kathleen sebelius facing pressure to resign over the debacle. and slip sliding away. the preseason game that had to be canceled when the players couldn't keep on their feet. what caused all of the spills? they're not dancers. also this morning, a love story in the news. she didn't even know him. but she agreed to save his life
by giving him a kidney. this morning, what happened next. this is a great story. >> can see in hollywood. but we're going to start with the shroud of smoke created by wildfires in texas. gusting winds causing the swell to engulf houston. it's creating possible health and driving hazards. and ginger zee's here to tell us the latest. how did this all start? >> this fire is about 60 miles east of houston. as of last night, wasn't put out yet. but they were expecting to. and you put on an east wind. and it blows into places like galveston and houston. both reporting they had driving conditions reduced. and a lot of people were coughing. anybody with respiratory problems, with a big issue. let's look at the video what it looks like. the fire really getting going there. and there's, again, this is huge. thousands of acres, that over a preserve. it wasn't over anywhere that people live. it was just that the smoke blew in. this is what's going to happen today.
we're going to be very dry. houston is a foot below average when it comes to rainfall. very dry in parts of texas. continue all that today. but the east wind will start to turn ahead of the low-pressure system. they finally get some rain by the time we end this weekend and start the workweek. much more coming up on the cold. atlanta in the frost and freeze advisories. we'll be talking about it. stick around. >> thank you, ginger. now, to the other developing story overnight. s.w.a.t. teams in a neighborhood over sacramento for a tense standoff. it started when four law enforcement officers, including a federal agent, were allegedly shot by a parolee, caught up in a gang sweep. and abc's aditi roy has been covering this all night from our l.a. bureau. adi aditi, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. the pictures you're about to see are incredibly dramatic. it was a night of terror for neighbors, as gunshots went flying between the suspect and officers. this morning, this small california community is reeling from an overnight gun battle that has left four cops
hospitalized, including a federal agent. according to roseville police, the shooting began at 3:00 p.m., when an immigration and customs enforcement agent was working with local cops to track down 32-year-old parolee samuel duran. police say duran, opened fire, hitting the i.c.e. agent. >> we have a great community of law enforcement that's going to deal with this. >> reporter: duran ran to a relative's home, where police say another barrage of gunfire took down three more officers. >> it happened so fast, he jumped the fence. and then, this hunt is here. >> reporter: duran escaped once again. eventually barricades himself inside this vacant home before finally surrendering, ending the 9 1/2-hour night of terror for these residents. >> it was a very tough day. it's unsettling, i think, for all of us. no one's immune to this sort of
tragedy and this sort of criminality. >> reporter: the suspect was taken to the local hospital for routine medical clearance. he's in the process of being booked and taken to jail. bianna, some incredibly tense moments for hours on end. >> a night of terror for the people of sacramento. aditi, thank you. we're going to turn to the latest on obama care, the debacle. the white house prompting the new federal health insurance website will be fully fixed. but it will take weeks. the problems, there are dozens of them at healthcare.gov, are more than we were told. and jeff zeleny has the latest from the white house. good morning, jeff. >> reporter: good morning, bianna. the white house is hitting reboot, now saying the troubled website will be ready but not until the end of next month. in his weekly address this morning, president obama offering a blunt admission about the failures in his signature health care law. >> as you may have heard, the site isn't working the way it's supposed to yet.
>> reporter: the white house acknowledging the full scope of problems with its beleaguered healthcare.gov website. the white house is hiring a new troubleshooter, promising by november 30th to fix the errors. the president trying to downplay the setback. >> some people have poked fun at me for sounding like an insurance salesman. that's okay. i would still be out there championing this law, even if the website were perfect. >> reporter: but perfect, it's not. administration officials say the website performance is improving. but still not signing up enough customers. while 90% of applicants can now create an account on the website, the next step remains an obstacle. only three in ten attempts to actually buy insurance are being completed. >> good morning, everybody. >> reporter: republicans are calling for health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius to resign. on a trip to texas friday, she said she was blindsided by the failed website. >> i didn't realize it wouldn't be operationing optimally before
the launch. >> reporter: but the criticism is coming from all sides. ten democratic senators are urging the white house to delay at least some provisions of the affordable care act. new hampshire senator jeanne shaheen summed up concern in a letter to the president. saying, allowing extra time for consumers is critically important. this morning, the president is asking for patience. >> we are going to get it working as smoothly as it's supposed to. we have people working overtime, 24/7, to boost capacity and address these problems every, single day. >> reporter: now, even administration officials concede this rollout has been nothing short of a disaster. mainly because it's giving all of the critics of this plan new ammunition here. but those critics will be out in full force next week, when kathleen sebelius testifies on capitol hill in front of this congressional committee still investigating this health care site. dan and bianna? >> the pressure continues. you have republicans and democrats attacking what's been going on and how poorly this has been planned and rolled out.
jeff, our thanks to you. and we're going to turn, now, to ron claiborne with the other stories developing this morning. >> hi bianna and dan. good morning, everyone. the national security agency's website is back up and running this morning. the site had been down most of the day on friday. the agency says it was not the work of hackers attacking the network. they say the problem was, quote, an internal error that occurred during a scheduled update. and another big settlement for banking giant jpmorgan chase. chase has reached a $5 billion settlement with the federal finance housing agency. the agreement to settle the claims, chase sold toxic mortgage securities to fannie mae and freddie mac. they announced a $13 billion settlement with the justice department for its role in the 2008 financial crisis. and a big food recall to tell you about this morning. kraft foods is recalling more than 700,000 cases of its kraft and polly-o string cheeses. the cheese may spoil and change colors before the expiration
date on the label. kraft says it has received complaints from customers. and police in philadelphia want to get to the bottom of a joyride caught on camera. this car was caught driving down the steps of the philadelphia art museum. those steps made famous in the movie "rocky." rocky won that battle. >> spoiler alert. >> spoiler alert. police have questioned the man they believe was behind the wheel. so far, no charges have been filed. and scary moments for students on a trip in tennessee, when their bus catches fire. watch there. a passenger on the bus noticed the smoke. and the bus pulled over. the whole thing went up in flames. good news. somehow passengers and driver were able to et cetera cape. no one was hurt. hard to believe there. it's not often you hear about a basketball game being canceled in the middle of the game. that's what happened friday night at the milwaukee bucks and toronto raptors' game. the problem, as you see here, the court was too slippery. in fact, so bad, the players
were falling down. i guess it's not that funny. some reports say there was too much wax on the floor. but the milwaukee bucks say they are looking into exactly what happened and caused that. i guess the only good news was it was a preseason game. so, it didn't count. >> didn't make for a pretty game of basketball. >> it was not. >> ron, thanks. we're going to turn to the new revelations in the 1996 murder of a child beauty queen, jonbenet ramsey. it's not known who killed the little girl found in the basement of her colorado home. but previously sealed court documents could shed new light on the case. abc's clayton sandell has the story from boulder. good morning, clayton. >> reporter: good morning, bianna. this is where jonbenet's parents maintained a killer snuck in through the family's basement window. big questions about the case are very much alive. >> jonbenet ramsey. >> reporter: this morning, a pivotal milestone in the nearly
two-decade-old jonbenet ramsey is no longer secret. a 1990 grand jury indictment against her parents, now public, after local reporter, charlie brennan, sued to have it released. >> i feel it's very important that that secrecy be removed. and the people can look and see what happened and make decisions for themselves. whether they believe it was right or wrong. >> reporter: the documents reveal a grand jury voted to indict john and patsy ramsey for child abuse, resulting in death. and being accessories to a crime. but in an unusual move, the d.a. back then decided not to prosecute. >> we do not have sufficient evidence to warrant the filing of charges against anyone who has been investigated at this time. >> reporter: jonbenet was found beaten and strangled the day after christmas 1996. >> jonbenet ramsey. >> reporter: beauty pageant videos of a grown-up-looking 6-year-old, helped create a nationwide obsession with the case. her parents under suspicion from the start, blamed an unknown
intruder. >> did you kill your daughter? >> i did not kill my daughter. >> reporter: patsy ramsey died of cancer two years before a new district attorney said dna evidence cleared the family as suspects. >> the ramseys are innocent. 1999 information is interesting. but it is, at best, a historical footnote. it does not advance the finding of the killer of this child. >> reporter: this morning, boulder police insist this is still an open case. but it's gone cold. and 17 years later, investigators say jonbenet's killer may never face justice. dan? >> 17 years later. clayton, thank you. for more on the story, let's bring in attorney and former miami-dade county judge. let's go over this decision by the prosecutor not to file charges. how unusual is this? and what do you think was going through his mind? >> it's very unusual. keep in mind, the prosecutor is the one that brings this before
the grand jury. the grand jury votes to indict on two counts. and says, there's not enough. and this doesn't happen very often. we have to keep in mind, what the grand jury is looking for, is probable cause. not proof beyond a reasonable doubt, which is what the prosecutor has to have to obtain a conviction in the case. >> he felt he could not do that. you have keyed in on one detail in a the parents were indicted as accessories. what does that tell you specifically? >> it's very interesting when we look at this indictment, that the parents apparently, not only were they charged or the grand jury thought there was enough to be charged with the child resulting in death, but also that they were trying to cover something up, which is what that second count was. basically, an obstruction of justice, that there was somebody else out there and they were attempting to cover up who the somebody else was. we don't know and probably will never know. >> it's clear that the grand jury thought possibly there was somebody outside of the parents involved in this crime? >> absolutely. and that the ramseys were attempting to cover it up.
>> and finally, this is a cold case, as clayton said. 17 years old now. can this discussion that we're having right now and the fact that the documents have been released, can this help generate new leads, do you think? >> well, obviously, the information we have is not really going to help in the investigation. but how it is going to help is that we're talking about it. we're sitting here talking about it today. and it bridges it back in the forefront. it brings back a little girl that there's never been justice for her. and her killer is still walking around somewhere. >> the killer is still out there walking around somehow. ada, thank you very much. biannaing back over to you. >> thank you so much for coming in. we're going to turn to new accusations of racial profiling, with rap mogul jay z caught in the middle. one of the most famous names in the music business, is feeling pressure to bow out of a lucrative fashion deal with one of the most exclusive stores in the country. this as another famous department store is also being singled out. abc's rob nelson is here with
the details. >> reporter: good morning. it is a store synonymous with high-end new york shopping. but this morning, barney's is finding itself embroiled in a controversy over race, as even more accusations of racial profiling come to light. ♪ you know what i'm stopping you for ♪ ♪ because i'm young and black and my hat's real low ♪ >> reporter: possibly the most well-known lyrics in jay z's career, "99 problems" is coming out. rob brown, the actor best known for his roles in "finding forrester" and the hbo series, "treme" is speaking out, saying he was racially profiled in a department store. he is suing macy's and the nypd it says that the store alerted police, after he paid for a watch. >> this is an i.d. on me. i just bought this watch. >> reporter: in a statement, macy's says, we are investigating the alleged
claims, as we were just made aware of this lawsuit. we do not comment on matters in litigation. the ceo of barney's is calling alleged profiling by workers in his stores unacceptable. two young african-american shoppers came forward this week, saying their skin color alone prompted suspicion by workers and police. trayon christian, a 19-year-old college student, who bought a $350 belt, says he was stopped and handcuffed by undercover cops, on claims that his card was fake. >> i showed my i.d. and may went through. >> reporter: kayla phillips, a 21-year-old nursing student was stopped by police, after she used her tax rebate to buy a $2,300 bag from barney's. >> i was feeling helpless, demeaned. >> reporter: this morning, jay z is facing pressure to bow out of his partnership with the high-end retailer, that carries items designed by the mogul. a petition for jay z to cut i
ties has 4,000 signatures. meanwhile, some jay z fans are pushing back on calls for the rapper to ditch barney's. saying part of the proceeds for the deal will go to the rapper's scholarship charity. jay z's line is set to hit shelves next month. >> big p.r. nightmare for the stores. and the shopping season about to begin. >> not the news they want. >> thank you, rob. appreciate it. time to check the national forecast. let's get it back to ginger. hey, ginger? >> cold is the headline in the southwest. a place like huntsville, alabama, where they have their first freeze on november 1st. going a little early. about a week early. atlanta, in the mid-30s. everyone, scraping frost off this morning. going, come on. isn't it still october? i've got some good news. but first, i have to show you how cold it was in north carolina. the mountains of north carolina, of course. mt. mitchell. you had ice all over. you had to close roads. national parks were closed up
there for a time. and the winds were gusting, making it feel like it was zero. we're talking about cold blast. but it's also that time of year that then you could become much more mild very quickly. and you will. look at this. montgomery goes close to 80 by monday. atlanta, only 62 for a high. even though it's going to warm up nicely with that sunshine. by monday, you'll be at 75. a lot of warming, even in raleigh. nashville, same type of deal. we're also looking at big changes in the midwest. i want to show you real quickly, some video from silver bay, minnesota. we had big waves kicking up there. going to do the same. chicago, today, 50. des moines, 52. a look at how much rain is going to fall north of dallas and in southern oklahoma.
>> you know what's so cool about this mic, ron? >> what? >> it extends. >> like an antenna. >> it's time to play "name that cloud." >> i know what it is. >> how do you know what it is? >> oh, wow. >> those are funnels. >> no. they do look like funnels. >> great clouds. >> dan, bring it home. >> cirrus. >> no. >> light and high. >> i get it. >> strata cumulus. we're getting there.
>> most depressing time of the week for ginger. thank you, ginger. now, to the bride and groom on many levels a perfect match. >> really, they are. kyle fralic needed a kidney to save his life. but never expected to find love along the way. reena ninan is here with this incredible story. hey, reena. >> reporter: hi, guys. it is an incredible story. it was at age 12, that a screening suggested that kyle froelich might have a kidney failure. by 18, he was in search of a kidney transplant to keep him alive. senior year of high school holds so much promise for most. but for kyle froelich, it seemed like a death sentence. >> with my blood type and age, i was looking at three to five years to receive a kidney. >> reporter: in 2009, he met a girl at a car show. chelsea had heard about the situation from a family friend.
>> i just knew. and i told him i wanted to give him a kidney. >> reporter: while he wanted to believe she would follow through, he didn't hold on to that hope. >> i was appreciative that she said that. but i just -- i assumed it wasn't going to happen. >> reporter: little did he know, chelsea understood the importance of life-saving donations better than most. >> my dad passed away from cancer. and he needed a bone marrow transplant. i wanted to help him. >> reporter: they were a perfect match. she agreed to give the stranger her kidney. in spite of her family's concern. >> as it got more serious, they got real worried. which i understand. but they were okay with it after they realized i wasn't going to change my mind. >> reporter: after passing all the mess tests, less than a year after their fateful meeting, chelsea and kyle went under the knife. >> we've been doing very great since the surgery. i don't feel any different than i did before i gave a kidney. >> i feel a lot different than i
did before i got a kidney. >> kyle felt good an hour after surgery. >> reporter: the good feeling continued as the two started seeing each other. and two weeks ago, chelsea vowed to spend the rest of her life with the man whose life she saved. >> i know sometimes we get in an argument, i tell him i'll take my kidney back. and we both laugh. and it's over. >> reporter: they have such a good sense of humor. they have an 11-month-old baby and a daughter from a previous marriage. and there's nearly 99,000 people who are waiting for kidney transplants. >> i love how she can always play the kidney card now. for the rest of her life. >> thank you very much. appreciate it. coming up here on "gma," the star witness. the other woman taking the stand of the doctor accused of murdering his wife. gypsy willis, giving details of the affair. >> very informal, discreet. >> the question in the air here, was she mistress and motive?
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how much will it run you to buy this gigantic pink diamond. this -- i hope the picture -- there we go. how much will that cost you? sara will tell us, coming up in "pop news." >> slightly big. but we begin this half hour with the explosive testimony at the so-called bathtub murder trial from the woman at the center of the case. >> taking the stand, the mistress of the man on trial, who maintained his innocence. she is giving her side of the story. aditi roy has been following the trial from day one. >> reporter: gypsy willis did not shy away from cameras as she strode into court. prosecutors say macneill killed his wife of nearly three decades to continue the affair with willis. >> we would see each other a couple times of month. >> reporter: macneill is accused of overdosing michele with
painkillers while she recovered from plastic surgery. macneill says he is innocent. >> michele's heart disease was either the cause or the contributing cause to her death. >> reporter: but more than a year before michele's death -- >> did the relationship become sexual? >> it did. >> reporter: willis told jurors she moved into an apartment, paid for by macneill. and she went to michele's funeral. weeks later, willis moved into the macneill home, as the live-in nanny. >> was there a question that you would be hired as the nanny? >> i don't believe martin would have had me come in if the children objected to me. >> my dad was cooking. she was sitting there, staring at my dad. things like that. the children were taking care of themselves. >> reporter: ada, the youngest macneill child was just 6, when she discovered michele unconscious in the bathtub. the judge ruled that the little girl, now 12, could go on the stand.
but her testimony will be limited, since she was interviewed by older daughter, alexis, who believes her father is guilty. >> now recess for the weekend. >> reporter: gypsy is expected to continue her testimony on tuesday. providing more answers that could decide the fate of her former lover. for "good morning america," aditi roy, abc news, los angeles. and now, let's get a final check of the morning's top stories with ron claiborne. >> good morning, everyone. in the news, three police officers and a federal immigration agent injured this morning in a gun battle with a parolee in california. the shoot-out led to a tense standoff that ended just a short time ago. when the suspect gave himself up. and a scholarship has been established in memory of the massachusetts teacher found murdered earlier this week. police say that colleen ritzer was killed by a 14-year-old student, philip chism, on tuesday. her family has formed a scholarship in her name for high school students pursuing teaching careers. and a smoky fire forced the
evacuation of the macy's store here at harold square, filling the store with smoke. it was put out by the building's sprinkler system. and finally, nearly a year after superstorm sandy hit the new york city area, one last cat is still looking for a home. this little white kitten. dan is staring into the screen there. named joy. joy is the last one. and the agency hopes to find a home for her. >> as soon as this airs, i'm going to bet a text from my wife, saying we need one more cat. >> there's somebody out there. time for the weather and ginger zee. maybe you need a cat. >> i'll leave joy for dan and bianca. they're going to love it. let's start with the northwest and the west. it's really nice out there today. but you go to the pacific northwest, where it's been foggy, especially in the coastal areas for about nine days in a row. and start to break that apart.
but we're also going to change things big-time. i want to show you how. the cold front going to slip down from the pacific northwest. it comes in. and parts of montana and wyoming already have winter storm watches. so, big mountain snow in effect for monday into tuesday. we're going to see windy conditions changing everything. i want to go from stormy to brilliant and nice. look at the reflection here. nebraska, fall colors. chicagoland, showing some really nice photos yesterday, too. twitter and facebook is a great place to get in touch and do that. if you're going to go out and take that drive, we're starting to see the colors change in the southeast. people in kentucky were tweeting me, saying i'm starting to see it. we're at peak, around chicago. right here in new york city and beyond peak. it's starting to change. we're getting close to -- i don't want to say the word winter. but we're getting closer.
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we might not look it. we play nice on tv. but the weekend "gma" anchors are competitive. to carve the best pumpkin, one must pick the best pumpkin. >> size does not matter, dan. go back to the baby patch. i got this. >> the next step, let's get these babies cleaned out. that feels good. >> no, it doesn't. for some of us, it's a new experience. i've never done it. >> let's just say, this is not the rewarding part. i warned you in advance. >> with that out of the way, we get down to business. thankfully, pumpkin carving master hugh mcmahon is here to give us pointers. >> i want a mustache here. >> now, it's time to cut. >> die, pumpkin, die. >> i decided to go for a little twist on the classic jack-o'-lantern. >> since it's my first time, i kept it simple. >> my design -- well, it's a surprise. i'm going to cut myself.
>> my colleagues are moving slowly. so, i'm just going to make min more elaborate. >> we'll let the judges decide if that worked, dan. this is your first pumpkin, huh? it shows you have some ability. >> i have ability. >> we're looking forward to your second pumpkin. i think you need to explain this. >> these russian dolls open up. and they open up to smaller dolls. >> i like the shapes. >> the only thing i care about, i want you to acknowledge this is better than bianna's. >> the jury is still out. >> the jury is out? >> my inspiration was a recognizable face. but i made an artistic choice by giving mine jewelry. >> work on the dimples a little bit. >> they're earrings. >> something i came up with, the same amount of time they had, by the way. >> i think it's very nice.
i think it shows creativity. i like what you did with the pop-out thing. and the mustache. >> i don't know what i need to comment on more. ginger coming in at the end with the most elaborate pumpkin ever. or bianna golodryga's mystifying russian dolls. >> they're snowmen. >> i take pleasure in seeing other people shine. i specifically wanted to elevate you guys. >> oh. >> uh-huh. >> i like it. >> poor jake. i'm sorry. i'm going to work on carving. i don't want to embarrass him. >> if it wasn't for bianna, i would have lost. so, thank you for bringing those. >> the jewelry, one step up from russian dolls. i'm going to save bianna and go to commercial. coming up on "gma," a different sort of challenge. spotting the celebrities. and there are many. paul mccartney's new music video. keep it here.
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all right. time, now, for "pop news." sara haines, take it away. >> how do i follow-up on the pumpkin debacle? it was the surprise casting of the year. ben affleck as batman. and the star recently revealed he was just as shocked as the rest of us. talking to website 411mania, affleck said he was reluctant to don the cape and mask. luckily, the director had a new vision in mind that convinced ben he could make his own mark as an older and wiser superhero. i like that. he's the size of batman. >> and it's nice he was so humble about it. >> there was controversy about it. he felt it, too.
and sometimes relationships just don't work. and miranda carrey and orlando bloom are showing how amicable this can be. he had a smile for the cameras. orlando was asked by tmz, if he was friends with the victoria's secret supermodel. he replied, we're not friends, we're family. >> and have a little boy, too. and christmas is not far away. oh, my gosh. really? and the world's biggest pink diamond is up for auction. just saying. it's a nice coincidence. this gorgeous bling is called the pink star. and it guarantees to weigh down your hand and your arm. >> and your wallet. >> it's expected to fetch more than $60 million. >> that's it, huh? >> the highest price for any diamond in history. but, hey, you can't put a price on love. that would make my hand look really thin, though. >> maybe kanye was eyeing that for kim kardashian. maybe too over the top?
>> a small audience of people that can drop that kind of cash. and finally, sir paul mccartney is getting a little help from his very famous friends. with plenty of a-list cameos in his video, "queenie eye." it was shot at the abbey road studios. who can you spot? >> chris hines. >> sean penn. >> meryl streep. >> come on. >> paul mccartney. >> you can't name paul mccartney. he doesn't count. >> i don't know. >> you can't all -- >> sean penn. again. >> we're going to see alice eves. kate moss. >> and johnny depp. >> and remember that kate moss and johnny depp -- she is dirty dancing on the piano. >> you were saying the behind-the-scenes footage, shows that people were nervous around sir paul. >> in the making of the video, all of the a-list celebrities
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>> good morning, everyone. i'm katie marzullo. it's 5:00 a.m.. let's start off with a quick first look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. good morning. >> good cool in the 40s and 50s. by 9:00 we will be under mostly sunny conditions. more sunshine toward noon and numbers climbing in the 630s away from the coast. by the afternoon we will see another mild day today with temperatures topping out near 80 inland, 07 around the bay. low 60s shoreline a cool night tonight. enjoy it. we have changes that arrive tomorrow in time for the work week ahead. i'll tell you about them i